Matsuhisa Mykonos is awarded for its exceptional Japanese cuisine

The luxury boutique Belvedere Hotel has long been acknowledged for offering its guests vacations steeped in absolute luxury and exclusivity. Its restaurant Matsuhisa, known all over the world, was recently awarded a ‘Chrysos Skoufos’ for its incredible Japanese cuisine.

Online PR News – 30-March-2013 – Mykonos – As one of the pioneering Mykonos boutique hotels, the Belvedere lures guests into its world of white on white luxury, incredible amenities and services and of course its world class dining. The Mykonos luxury hotel provides the perfect backdrop for dream like Greek island vacations where sweeping views of Mykonos Town and sublime sunsets falling into the sea are utterly romantic. With Mykonos Town on its doorstep, guests are never far away from the action, and yet, at complete peace with the quietness of the Belvedere’s surroundings. Offering some of the most cutting edge Mykonos accommodation, guests are cocooned in rooms and suites where contemporary elegance is evident in every detail. This cocooning continues in the property’s luxury spa in Mykonos where guests are pampered and pummeled with holistic therapies and state of the art treatments.
Also known for its world class dining, Matsuhisa is a luxury restaurant in Mykonos, which brings the world famous chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, and everything he stands for on the global culinary platform to this incredible island.
For 2012, the restaurant stood out once again for its innovative menu featuring signature dishes such as the world famous Chilean Sea Bass with dried white miso and Black Cod dishes, not to mention the phenomenal range of sushi and sashimi. Added to this, the sublime Mykonos Town ambience, and reviewers were literally bowled over.
Awarded with a “Chrysos Skoufos” for 2012, Matsuhisa Mykonos was amongst the top 13 restaurants awarded in the country. Organized by the two magazines, “Athinorama” and “Alpha Guide”, the awards which are celebrating 19 years in the running, are under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the City of Athens, celebrates 19 years.
The actual aim of the awards is to create awareness in restaurateurs in the country with a special emphasis this year on innovative Greek cuisine highlighting the use of local high quality Greek products. Restaurants which receive the award must consistently serve gourmet innovative cuisine. Judges for the awards particularly loved dishes such as the scallops tiradito, the toban beef with anticuchos sauce, the tomato consomme and the sweet capuccino with Suntory whisky.